This is something that you need to be aware of when creating an Everwebinar. If the user is waiting for the webinar to start and then switched tabs in their browser the webinar won’t auto start when the counter reaches 0. However, if the use is waiting on the countdown page and doesn’t switch tabs it will auto redirect when the counter reaches 0.

Possible Solution

You should have a text message on the countdown page saying that if the counter hits zero and the webinar doesn’t auto play that you need to click the refresh button in your browser. Hitting the refresh will sole the issue.

We recently received the following message from Keap in regards to our integration with Zapier.

It looks like Zapier has been consistently sending ~10k DataSeervice.query calls per hour every hour to your application over the past seven days. This consistent calling to the application over that time is odd and seems excessive. It may not have caused an issue over the past week as other apps may have had low usage on the server block during that time, but if another app or apps began utilizing the server block normally it would then cause the large consistent amounts of calls we’re seeing here to cause server stability issues which triggered alerts for our Site Reliability Engineering team.

The reason for this issue is because we had too many Zaps running. If you have more than 50+ Zaps in Zapier then you may be running the risk of being banned from Keap.

Even when a zap doesn’t fire. It is still constantly polling and checking every contact in your database to see if any new tags have been banned. You can imagine how demanding this can become if you have thousands of contact records. 

You have two solutions to fix this issue. The first possible solution is the reduce the amount of zaps you have in Zapier.

The second possible solution is to remove your tag triggers and replace them with HTTP posts from within your campaign builder. Using this to trigger a zap will eliminate Zapier’s thirsty need of checking every single contact every few seconds to see if a new tag has been added.

I hope this helps! I have also heard of people complaining to Zapier and Zapier admitting that it has started to become an issue since they upgraded their UI. Some people I have know have also asked that Zapier put them back into their old UI which fixed the problem.

Do you have a form in Clickfunnels that won’t do anything after you click the submit button? I am going to help you with the three most common solutions for an unresponsive Clickfunnel form.

1.) Check to make sure that the forms submit action is enabled. You want to select “submit order/submit form” as the action. You will also want to ensure that you have a thank you page set under the funnel step so that there is a page for the customer to go to after the form has been submitted. If you don’t have a thank you page then once they have clicked the submit button, the page will just reload and the customer won’t know if the form worked or not.

set action button in clickfunnels


2.) If #1 failed to solve the issue then it means you have a popup form that is competing with your regular form. To solve this issue you will have to click the “show popup” button on the edit screen and delete all the elements. This includes things such as name, email, and the button. Once you have deleted all the popup form elements and saved your page. The regular form on your clickfunnel page should work. 

popup elements clickfunnels

3.) Do you have custom type field? Did you enter text in the custom type? I have seen that on occasions entering text into this can cause the submit button not to work. Delete any text here and save the changes.  

4.) If these still didn’t help then it could be the default domain settings. In your account settings, click domain and then default page. Move the default page to another step in the funnel and click save. wait a few minutes and then change the default page back to your original step in your funnel. Click save and see if this then allows your submit form to work.